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~ dusk in June ~ by sarah teasdale
evening, and all the birds
in a chorus of shimmering sound
are easing their hearts of joy
for miles around
the air is blue and sweet,
the few first STARS are white
oh let me like the birds
sing before night
Its all about fishing at June Lake. The boats line up on the shore ready for those that fish for the trophy size trout.
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poetical said .."'Rape-seed flowers; the moon in the east and the sun in the west "
- what a mellow yellow field of rapeseed .. the sunny sommer season can start ! and the bees enjoy it already :-)
- from my last sunday outside drive thru the country around nuremberg.
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One of the Wettest June's we have had in years;,but it make's for some interesting Shooting.Like this rained on Lilly.
Bubbles+Wind=Frustration, but I kinda like this one.
Happy Bokeh Wednesday!
Tiny little pitcher, about 2 inches tall, with some tiny spring blossoms from my garden...
Oh oh ,,,Mr. Peanuts is knocking at my door...well, he is staring at me..time for food!
I have fallen behind in commenting....so sorry..will try to catch up!
When it first appeared in the sky late yesterday it had the most amazing red glow .
This full moon is not only the closest and largest full moon of the year. It also presents the moon’s closest encounter with Earth for all of 2013
Taken at 5,30 am on a June morning after a rain storm that flooded the marshland!
Metrosideros excelsa, one of my favourite trees. In Porto, in Foz do Douro we have so many of those, they are just beautiful right now.
I took this photo two weeks ago! Even I'm at home recovering I like to know they are there, in the same place!
Today is a special day for me, or more like whatever the word would be for an anti-special day. It marks the beginning of my neurological disorder which started fourteen years ago: June 2, 1999. It marked the end of any chance of a normal life. I tried to adjust, and tried to go back to college, but failed miserably. Later, I tried to work and ended up causing myself more harm than anything.
People say "there's always hope" or similar phrases. Hope can also end with damaged self-esteem and depression. I try not to set my hopes high lately. "It could be worse" or "imagine all the people who have it worse off than you" are a couple other phrases I've heard from people. It could always be worse for every single person alive no matter what the situation, yet that does not invalidate a problem. This also helps to point out how the future will be worse to someone with a degenerative condition. Five years ago I lost consciousness less often. A year or so ago I had less memory problems, and had less shakiness. Now I have both long term and short term memory issues, and I shake so much I have trouble opening child-proof.
Anyway, I felt as though I had to write a little something about today. I kind of lost my train of thought, so I might add more later.
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A Winter storm and Autumn colors make June Lake Beautiful in the Fall.
She loves all the hustle and bustle of Christmas. Here she is playing in the garland. My other two other cats sleep the day away...but not June. She's always in overdrive.
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Morning view of Banner Peak with Thousand Island Lake foreground. I came back hoping this place would deliver the magic a second time; I was not disappointed.
photo by Wlo
picture is a winner of 500x500 Contest 228
'Not quite birds, as they were not quite flowers, mysterious and fascinating as are all indeterminate creatures.'
textures thanks to French Kiss and Kerstin Frank
This beautiful night is dedicated to one of my best friend...
This is my gift to her...
This is the sunset Mike was capturing in the photo below!!! :-)
**NOTE** Should have said earlier...this is my shot of the sunset!!!
In Los Angeles, the longest day of the year started out quite overcast, but by noon the sun was very bright...trying here to catch the strong contrasts set against the background haze...
ink and watercolor
the geraniums are certainly 'bustin' out...and taking over the garden at the moment!
textures thanks to Spektoral addendum and TCP.